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Routine

By February 18, 2013 June 19th, 2015 19 Comments
I’m finally getting back into routine after the Valentine’s craze. It kind of surprised me that it took me a few days to get back into the scheme of things. I had basically been doing only orders all the time that when I didn’t have a bajillion to process I didn’t know what to do with my “free” time.

Finally this weekend though, I made a big to-do list to help get me back on track. It wasn’t that there was a lack of things to do, it was just that my schedule was out of whack. (She’s got rhymes folks.) Seeing a list in front of me has always helped me stay focused.

(St. Patrick’s Day cards can be found here.)

I added a couple new cards in the shop for the upcoming holidays. It felt really good to design again. There’s something so rewarding about sitting down and racking your brain for good ideas, the “right” idea. Although it makes me (and Jordan) realize how damn nit-picky I am. (Nothing wrong with wanting a quality product right? Even if it involves knocking down the boyfriend’s opinion a little too quickly?)

(Easter cards can be found here.)
Just as I’m getting back into a routine though, my Mom is coming to town. She arrives Tuesday and will be staying in California a looooong time. I can definitely see that putting a wrench in my JAA schedule. Do you notice how this year she decided to come at the end of February, instead of the beginning of February like she did last year? I must’ve made her fold a few to many cards or write a few to many addresses so that this year she was like ‘mehhh I’ll wait till February 19th.’ Psh.
Anyways, we have some plans of homemade dough making, gardening, and potential sewing. Any other suggestions for keeping my mom busy for two weeks? xo JA

P.S. Don’t forget, there’s two great giveaway going on here and here!

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